fjord

[ fyawrd, fyohrd; Norwegian fyohr, fyoor ]SEE DEFINITION OF fjord

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This fjord has its outlet in Barkley Sound on the west side of the island.

But on a calm spring day, the fjord just steals in smooth and shining by ness and bay.

A sail on this fjord will bring us to Mariager, the smallest town in Denmark.

Between the trees are seen the fjord, high mountain ranges and peaks.

They have the fjord so near them, where the shoals of wild fishes pass in and out.

At that instant the big boatswain dropped into the deep waters of the fjord.

When the sun went down that evening the party were far down the fjord.

And when they came in near to the base of the fjord, he thought of his son, and began to weep.

Here the Fjord is narrow, presenting something the appearance of a river.

The hillsides, the woods, the fjord -- all were so bewitchingly fair and so dear to us.

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